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Old 09-06-2007, 07:09 AM
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Sooo..guys..what is it? It loooooks like a timing chain cover..sorta :P

price? reason?

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ack! sorry for the title mistake!!
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Old 09-06-2007, 07:13 AM
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LOL Thats a Bulltear product not a BJs ....but it maybe sold at BJs. Its a 3 piece cover for a dry sump application. We are also working on 3 piece covers using a simple steel oil pump for replacing the OEM cover.
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Old 09-06-2007, 07:19 AM
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LOL Thats a Bulltear product not a BJs ....but it maybe sold at BJs. Its a 3 piece cover for a dry sump application. We are also working on 3 piece covers using a simple steel oil pump for replacing the OEM cover.

sorry, musta been a freudian slip :P fixed it!

Cool, looking forward to the new covers!
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i here by revive this long dead thread! and i'm proud of it!

really though what happened to these 3 piece timing covers? not only do i think they'd be more durable, they're pretty.
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I love the idea of a new/modern oil pump to replace the aluminum housing. It would also be nice to have an option for an oil pump that flows a much higher volume of oil. My build is well past the this point so I am not really in the market anymore but I would have loved it.
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I am currently at this stage, planned on using my original unit but would be nice to know if there is another option???
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I am not interested in a dry sump system but I would love an improved wet sump system.
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I am not interested in a dry sump system but I would love an improved wet sump system.
Concur. Well Said.
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I am not interested in a dry sump system but I would love an improved wet sump system.






a stock timing cover in cast iron would do it.
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I love the idea of a new/modern oil pump to replace the aluminum housing. It would also be nice to have an option for an oil pump that flows a much higher volume of oil. My build is well past the this point so I am not really in the market anymore but I would have loved it.






they already are a high volume pump. they had to be because of the awful design. half the volume capabilities are lost once the alloy housing warms up and the tolerances open up.



lets not forget the oil takes about a 24" ride from the oil pan to the oil pump. great idea there.


brilliant!


but hey,oil pump maintenance is super easy!! look at all those dumb ford and chevy guys pulling the oil pan for "oil pump maintenance"....


also,the dizzy drive gears are about maxed out on how much load they can handle already. more oil pump volume means even more load.
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All good points, Ristow. I wonder how much a cast iron cover would weigh? Or what if there was a way to machine the stock cover to fit a pressed in steel insert? would have to cover the bottom and sides...
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My build is well past this point so I am not really in the market anymore but I would have loved it.

Just like that serpentine setup I'm sure...
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